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Framingham State president signs diversity, inclusion pledge

The president of Framingham State University has signed on to a pledge from CEOs and president across the country to advance diversity and inclusion in the workplace.

MathWorks donates $3M for education for women, children

Natick-based software developer MathWorks has donated $3 million to an organization to boost initiatives focused on educational opportunities for women and children.

WPI president named to National Science Foundation panel

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Worcester Polytechnic Institute President Laurie Leshin has been named to a National Science Foundation advisory panel to encourage scientific and technological innovation in education.

New CEO at Sudbury manufacturer anticipates strong 2019

Jerry Rex, formerly the president of Sudbury-based Methods Machine Tools, has taken on the additional role of CEO, the company announced last week.

The most influential people in the Central Mass. economy

In compiling our annual list of the most powerful people in the Central Massachusetts business community, there are countless CEOs, executive directors, presidents and founders to choose, from...

The Power 50: Jill C. Dagilis

If you've ever served on a volunteer nonprofit board in Central Massachusetts, you've probably met Dagilis, serving right along aside you.

The Power 50: Tina M. Sbrega

For nearly 10 years now, Sbrega has led a community-based credit union with $498 million in assets and 28,162 members.

The Power 50: Ravi Vig

In April, Vig decided to move Allegro's 286 employees making computer semiconductors from the firm's 53-year-old Worcester home to Marlborough, continuing Marlborough's regional pull.

The Power 50: Jeannie Hebert

Little goes on in the Blackstone Valley business community without Hebert's knowledge and – usually – involvement.

Worcester art initiatives earn $69K in grants

The Greater Worcester Community Foundation has awarded $69,000 to artists and arts initiatives in Worcester as part of a new program.

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